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comment Open many files and plot colour by dataset in R
Thanks for the effort. At the moment, my datasets aren't huge, so I will just add Name -- just figured there would be a way around it...
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comment Open many files and plot colour by dataset in R
@Spacedman I see, this seems like it is creating a substantial amount of redundant data -- is there another way to achieve the effect I am after?
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comment Open many files and plot colour by dataset in R
@DrDom: Unfortunately not. No change.
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comment Open many files and plot colour by dataset in R
@RomanLuštrik: This doesn't make a difference unfortunately. Also, if it leave the p <- in, but remove colour=Name, the plot is produced, but all of the points are black.
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comment Is there a Numpy function to return the first index of something in an array?
If you are looking for the first row in which an item exists in the first column, this works (although it will throw an index error if none exist) rows, columns = np.where(array==item); first_idx = sorted([r for r, c in zip(rows, columns) if c == 0])[0]
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comment Properly design a parallel, performance critical numerical code
@mmgp Agreed, and not arrogant. The question that I am actually trying to solve in my head is this: many numerical researchers face a problem like this at least once in their early career, but very very few are equipped with the skills needed to think about it. Equally, they don't always have the time to start small and build up. This is why much academic code is horrendously difficult to maintain and extend. I am hoping to use my experience of jumping in the deep end to produce a survival guide for the lab I work in...
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